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9 mm stone in the ureter - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Vaginal and Uterus Health
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User :   hi
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   I am
User :   Good evening
Doctor :   Good evening
User :   I wanted to know if a ureter stone of size 9 mm pass normally without laser ?
Doctor :   Usually no
Doctor :   Less than 5 mm can pass off easily
Doctor :   Hello
User :   But can
Doctor :   Are you with me?
User :   yes i am
User :   can the stone dissolve with lots of water intake ?
Doctor :   It should not waited for it to pass off on their own
Doctor :   Not really
User :   but I have heard people have been able to get rid of stone of this size
User :   with homeo medicines
User :   actually I do not want to get laser done
Doctor :   sorry I practise allopathic form of medicine
Doctor :   I have little knowledge about homeopathy
User :   I c
User :   Does beer help in stones ?
Doctor :   No
User :   ok...
Doctor :   Do you mean formation of stones or removal?
User :   removal
Doctor :   No
User :   Can i wait for a couple of months and see if the stone gets removed ?
User :   by water ...pineapple juice
User :   coconut water etc
Doctor :   Yes if you do not have symptoms you can

Doctor :   like pain during urination and abdominal pain
User :   I have little discomfort in abdomen
Doctor :   Ok you can try
User :   any other care I need to take
Doctor :   but follow up with the doctor for CT scan and see if the size is not increasing
User :   apart from not eating th stuff which I have been suggested
Doctor :   Drink lots of water
Doctor :   That is the onlhy suggestion
User :   Ok thanks for your time
User :   Good nite
Doctor :   Pleasure
Doctor :   Thanks for consulting me
Doctor :   Bye for now
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